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  • daio
    Apr 14, 03:30 AM
    Once you get over the delusion of Macs running iOS apps, the Apple TV 2 makes the most sense.

    So why does iBooks also have this code name? iBooks would be lousy on AppleTV. Also "Find my iPhone", "Remote" and "Atari's Greatest Hits" also have it.

    One more thing, it is impossible for me to write reviews on the App Store at the moment, it simply scrolls to the top and doesnt show the Review form. Perhaps they are reworking the App Store???

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  • EricNau
    Aug 15, 11:58 PM
    It's actually a very Apple thing to do. Apple has always been about making a totally integrated, complete end-to-end computing environment and Apple has also always been dedicated to transforming things that had been difficult for non-techies to do into some so simple and effective that even advanced technical users decide it's the best method. This is probably not the first time an option to buy hardware has been built into software, but just like Time Machine is revolutionary because it's the first SIMPLE file-by-file backup system and not because it's the first backup system ever, so too this "Buy Battery" button is revolutionary because of how simple and integrated it is.

    I'm hardly an Apple apologist, I complain quite loudly when they do things that are lame. But I think this is a very Apple thing to do and a feature that isn't just a built in advertisement. If I had an OS X button to buy a new battery when I wanted one, rather than tracking down the battery model number I needed and having to worry about who to buy from and bothering with technical details, I'd definitely appreciate being able to just click that button.

    Making the entire computer experience simple, easy and fun is what Apple has always been about, and this is a natural continuation of those ideals. In fact, I hope they expand this functionality to include upgrading ram and hard disks (as long as they don't go overboard with the prices like in the b.t.o. options at the apple store).

    Really this is a wonderful new breakthrough in Apple's quest for computing easiness.
    I almost agree with you. I think it is helpful for Apple to provide an easy link for users who have a bad battery and need to buy another "replacement" battery; however, when Apple is trying to sell you a "spare" battery, something you really don't need, they seem like the salesmen knocking on your door trying to sell you a $1400 vacuum.

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  • chrisdazzo
    Apr 15, 02:29 PM
    Can someone just post a damn changelog? Honestly... :mad: I don't want to have to reinstall DP2 over SL to find out if 2011 MBP GFX issues were fixed (screen savers, display blockiness, etc.).

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  • TheUndertow
    May 3, 08:20 AM
    They're probably facing some shortage of SSD drives. If you want a BTO with SSD it says 2-3 weeks for the 21" and 4-6 weeks for the 27". Crazy

    Agreed...think it has something to do with the whole "tsunami, nuclear disaster in Japan.

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  • gregdig
    Dec 1, 03:44 PM
    The day that I have to go out and buy virus protection for OS X is the day I consider going back to Windows.

    Switching to Windows because you have to use antivirus software on your Mac would just be like jumping out of the frying pan and into the fire.

    During the 15 years or so that Macs were around before the advent of OS X, most Mac users had antivirus software running on their computers. It was necessary, it was no big deal, and it was certainly no reason to start using a Windows box.

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  • Mistrblank
    Apr 12, 09:47 AM

    Simply because htcSensation is 1.2GHz dual core

    and... and... iphone5 will have lesser RAM than htcSensation.

    Also, Apple is closed and Google is open.


    And what exactly do you plan to run on that extra horsepower? What effect does it have on battery power.

    Congratulations on being caught up with the sheep in the new CPU clock speed race.

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  • Detektiv-Pinky
    Oct 24, 09:25 AM
    Wouldn't you know it, my Sister-in-Law's MBP just arrived Yesterday!

    CD or C2D?

    If CD I would return in immediately, preferably unopened...

    Thats what I hate about this update policy. Yesterdays investment is losing suddenly 30% of its value. Apple should really address this by lowering prices before such an update...

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  • ghostlines
    Apr 1, 09:06 AM
    C'mon Apple keep it professional and unified. Man they should stick to working on the user experience and internals, not goofy color schemes and such. OS X already looks cool they don't need to make it look kiddy now!:eek:

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  • erzhik
    Apr 24, 11:52 AM

    I thought AT&T's buyout means T-Mobile is going bye-bye?

    408 area code, that means cali. is that steve jobs' personal number? :P

    They won't. Even if this deal gets approved, T-Mobile will remain a separate company. Everything will remain as it is, except the fact that all revenue will go to AT&T.

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  • Apple Corps
    Apr 12, 10:59 AM
    That doesn't say anything remotely similar to "envisioned by apple.". In fact, it suggests the opposite - intel thought of it, and Apple helped "bring it to market."

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  • Chas2010
    Apr 14, 04:18 PM
    I've just downloaded the update on my iPhone and iPad and i noticed that on the iPad (not iPhone) in the General Setings now there is now a multitouch gestures button to enable this function. It suports 4 fingers up to show the app switcher, 4 fingers to the sides to switch apps and 5 fingers to the centre to go to the home screen.

    It works great!

    I have the iPad 2 running 4.3.1 and I have no such setting available.

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  • iSKW
    Sep 15, 06:48 AM

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  • emotion
    Jul 25, 10:00 AM
    I've been checking the UK store (Higher Ed + Normal) since the announcement, the Wireless Mighty Mouse is still not up there. Are you sure you're not confusing the Mighty Mouse with the wired one? ( The Wired Mighty Mouse is is �31.73 H.E, �35.00 Retail)

    Plus, I think we've already had a link to MacWorld showing the price at �49.99

    Sorry for the confusion, see my edit above.

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  • firestarter
    Apr 24, 08:02 PM
    Why do you assume that I'm violent natured?

    You just told me that you'd beat hell out of someone (

    Non violent people don't tend to use assault to solve their problems.

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  • vincenz
    May 1, 11:22 PM
    Good thing. About time...

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  • Surely
    Sep 13, 02:26 PM
    Mmmm WHO-GAR-TEN. So deelish. I remember when I first read the label, "coriander" scared me (I absolutely abhor the stuff), but whatever they put in there is fine with me as long as it keeps tasting the way it does. I love white beers. My cheap alternative is Rickards white, but you've got to throw lotsa orange peel in there to imitate the light poppiness of Hoegarden.

    Sometime soon I've gotta visit the Bier Garden down at the Esplanade and sample, well, everything.

    Go there. The Bier Markt was one of my regular stomps when I used to live in Toronto. Actually, I used to live a few minutes away, in a condo right by the St. Lawrence Market.

    If they carry Blue Moon, try that one too.

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  • hulugu
    Dec 2, 01:52 AM
    After the Month of Kernel Bugs, are you concerned about Mac OS X security?

    No - 62%

    See, that bugs me. Everyone should be concerned about security. I believe OS X's overriding security feature is obscurity, and once that situation changes I can see the OS falling over very quickly.

    One of the weakest links in the chain is the user, and if the user is not concerned then you have a problem.

    Dont get me wrong, I think OS X is great, but it just hasn't been "weathered" in the wild like Windows has. If OS X becomes a viable target then we're in for a bumpy ride.

    OSX is based on FreeBSD, which has been around for an eternity and includes modules from even older Unixy stuff. There's paying attention, there's worrying, and then there's running around with your hair on fire digging for a bomb shelter with your bare hands. We're at the pay attention stage.
    MOKB showed that the kernel can be a source of bugs and that OS design should incorporate this problem into the design. This doesn't mean panic or worry or take a pair of scissors to your broad-band connection, this means Apple has some things to fix. It also showed that wireless is inherently insecure and the problems with drivers can affect Windows, Mac OSX and Linux.
    Again, MOKB isn't all that important, it's Apple's response to problems that really matters.

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  • Snowy_River
    Jul 12, 07:40 PM
    I'm at a loss trying to figure out how this thread got a bit crazy...

    The actual program used in Snowy's case matters little in getting it ready for the printer. You give the printer the file to print, and he/she will print it for you. Doesn't matter if it's a pdf from Word, a pdf from Pages, a doc from Word, an Indesign file, or a Quark Express file. If they can open the file, they can print it.

    Again, most copy shops have elaborate folding, binding, stapling, and saddle stitching services that don't require the customer to figure out how to non-sequentually order pages. A skilled copy machine operator should be able to set up the job in less than 10 minutes.

    You know, I'm with you. If we don't stop this bickering the thread is likely to get closed. I always find it irritating when that happens. So, I suggest we drop the "professional" vs. "consumer" argument. It's clear that we have different opinions, and neither of us seems to be being swayed by the other's arguments. So, perhaps we should just agree to disagree.

    Now, just so I don't get accused of trying to get the last word in before saying that we should drop it, I'll invite those on the other side of the argument to have one last quip, which I won't respond to. Then we can drop it. Sound fair?

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  • Small White Car
    Apr 11, 01:36 PM
    Could someone clarify this for me: Aren't hard drives too slow to make use of Thunderbolt anyway?

    I haven't read for sure, but I'm guessing these products are RAIDed for speed, not redundancy.

    How many drives are in there? It's possible they've got the speeds up pretty high on them.

    Nov 28, 11:19 AM
    8GB ram for my macbook pro.

    Is really all i need.

    maybe i should get 100 usd for charity.

    Apr 12, 12:44 PM
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    Jan 30, 02:07 PM
    Now here's some interesting theories. The dollar started its decline long before the Fed began lowering interest rates. In fact it has stabilized and gained back some since. Actually, the president submits budgets to Congress. Finally, when the market swings wildly as it has recently, look to the behavior of large institutional investors. They are the controllers of large blocks of shares. What they decide moves markets, not small-time investors. They're just along for the ride, for the most part.

    The Dollar's largest losses have come as a result of the previous 3 rate cuts.
    The budget the President submits, and what Congress approves, are not the same, after pork-barrel spending is added in.
    I'm not quite sure you have a grasp of the markets...

    Apr 26, 11:00 PM
    I bought an iMac April 16. If apple releases a new model May 3rd, will they pity recent buyers and allow exchange/return for the new iMac????

    Nov 25, 12:34 AM
    For the last time, STOP SPEAKING FOR OTHER PEOPLE!!! You have NO right what-so-ever to speak for anyone but yourself and yet you continue to state that EVER SINGLE iOS USER hates Flash and is glad to be rid of it and yet this Skyfire app proves just the opposite.

    What I said: Users of the 120M+ iOS devices are doing just fine without Flash plugins is completely true. There are no Flash plugins for this device. Nobody can run a shred of Flash content in their browser on this device.

    No amount of nonsensical shouting will change the facts.

    You have every right to give your opinion on the matter, but it is your opinion, not the opinion of every single iOS user in existence.

    But owners of those 120M+ iOS devices are doing just fine without Flash. Nobody forced them to buy those devices. If they were somehow "disappointed" because there are no Flash plugins available, nobody prevented them from returning them or reselling them.

    That is NOT a shortcoming of Flash dude.

    Also incorrect. There are huge shortcomings of Flash, and you've never addressed them.

    You've never addressed the identity-leaking of Flash cookies: Flash doesn't honor the cookie privacy settings of the browser. More than half of the top 100 websites are now using Flash cookies to track users and store information about them. ( Do you actually like the fact that those sites do an end-run around the cookie privacy settings by using Flash? I can't find a single rational person that likes the identity-leaking.

    You've never addressed the quirkiness that Flash brings to the browser UI. On my Mac, scrolling works differently when my mouse is over a Flash region. Certain keyboard shortcuts cease to work. Text that appears in a Flash window is not searchable with the browser's text-finding feature. My Mac doesn't behave like a Mac inside of a Flash window.

    The engineering choice made for iOS is simplicity. Layering Flash on top of the browser would compromise that simplicity. Click-to-flash semantics would add yet another layer of clutter and obfuscation to the UI.

    You've never addressed Adobe's inability to deal competently to secure their software. Security experts believe that Adobe is going to surpass Microsoft as the #1 target for security attacks. ( Besides Flash, Adobe Reader is a vector for zero day bugs ( I really don't know how you do that: it's a PDF reader! The bugs have been around in Adobe Reader for years and Adobe still hasn't fixed them.

    If Apple enabled Flash in iOS Safari, they would be farming out the correct operation of their iOS browser to a company that has proven to be one of the least competent companies in dealing with malware attacks. Noted security expert Steve Gibson mocks their cluelessness:

    "[Adobe:] how is that quarterly update cycle going for you?" (

    I have yet to find a single Flash enthusiast who can address those issues. I'm hardly surprised that you can't address them, either.

    That is a shortcoming of Steve Jobs' choosing.

    Nonsense. They are engineering and design choices. If Apple made bad engineering and design choices, they would never have sold 120M+ of these devices.

    If you think they are a "shortcoming": there are simple solutions. Don't buy an iOS device. If you did buy one, sell it. Or maybe you can see if it will blend (

    One thing is certain: Apple will not compromise their iOS browser with Flash, and complaining about that is rather silly.

    Even if Flash is on the road to becoming obsolete, that doesn't mean people don't want to be able to access the entire Web in the here and now.

    Adobe Flash is on the road to becoming obsolete. Even Adobe acknowledges the fact (

    Between the 120M+ iOS devices, the click-to-flash plugins disable Flash downloads on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux machines, and Adobe's new Flash-to-HTML5 conversion tools (, the abandonment of Flash will continue to accelerate.

    You just don't seem to comprehend that.

    You are correct. Flash is a legacy technology, and its day has passed.

    You seem to have this deep seated hatred of Flash

    There are fundamental failings in both the design and deployment of Flash. I listed three of those earlier in my reply.

    The thing that got my attention was when I realized that Flash was maintaining its own set of cookies and that those cookies did not honor the privacy settings of my browser. I then learned about click-to-flash plugins to minimize my exposure to Flash. The shocking thing to me was how much disabling Flash improved the browsing experience: faster page loads, less flashing advertisements, and far less CPU usage.

    and I can tell that if Steve had said "I LOVE Flash" instead you would almost undoubtedly be here fighting against HTML5 and for Flash.

    You imply that I blindly agree with Apple's (and Jobs's) decisions. That is not the case.

    I strongly disagree with Apple's decision to prevent Hypermac from selling external batteries for Mac computers ( Hypermac makes a quality product, and they are filling a niche that Apple ignores. Magsafe is a wonderful technology, but they should be licensing this tech to third-party vendors. I fondly hope that Apple addresses this deficiency in their strategy and product accessories soon.

    If you search, you can find where I commented on this in the public record weeks ago.

    Yes, I honestly believe that. You have no vested interest in either one. You're just being Steve's doormat.

    Now you know better.

    I see no reason why ANYONE should have to convert to HTML5.

    Too many laptop users are tired of the CPU loading and battery suck of Flash apps.

    Too many users don't like that Flash alters the UI inside of the browsers: altered scrolling behavior, keyboard shortcuts that don't work in Flash, text searches that don't work with text in a Flash app.

    Too many privacy advocates are bothered that Flash maintains a separate set of cookies and those cookies do not honor the privacy settings of the browser. Commercial websites are using those Flash cookies to track users. (

    Too many security advocates are wary of using Adobe products because of Adobe's poor track record against security attacks.

    Even if all those four large concerns were addressed, websites have to deal with the growing number of users that use Flash-blocking plugins. Advertisers that deliver their ads with Flash have no guarantee that users will allow those Flash apps to be downloaded and run on their machines.

    Those are the reasons why Flash's viability for delivering web content is in decline. Even if you don't see the reasons, Adobe does (

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